Zambia USAID-Lusaka Grants

USAID's assistance in Zambia concentrates on increasing agriculture-led economic growth to reduce rural poverty and food insecurity; improving the health of Zambians; reducing the incidence and impact of HIV/AIDS; raising the quality of basic education; and enhancing democratic governance.



Department of Health and Human Services
 $17,142,029,311 Department of Labor
 $8,284,224,457 Department of Education
 $7,914,466,933 Department of the Interior
 $6,062,761,789 Department of Justice
 $4,768,180,433 Department of State
 $4,154,196,774 Department of Transportation
 $4,091,120,459 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
 $3,586,952,674 Department of Homeland Security
 $3,304,282,219 Department of Housing and Urban Development
 $3,289,411,527 Department of Defense
 $2,972,029,894 Agency for International Development
 $2,866,679,395 National Science Foundation
 $2,526,923,630 Department of Agriculture
 $1,848,216,556 Department of Commerce
 $1,618,555,565 Department of Energy
 $1,050,783,010 Other Agencies
 $1,944,826,776


USAID/Zambia's Stop GBV project is to build upon achievements under the prior STOP GBV projects in order to strengthen the environment for girls and women, boys and men, and members of...more
Posted On - 2017-10-10


The purpose of this project is to provide comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services to key populations in targeted provinces of Zambia. The goal of this activity is to contribute to a...more
Posted On - 2015-05-25


The purpose of the District Coverage of Health Services (DISCOVER-H) activity is to reduce preventable morbidity and mortality in Zambia. This will be achieved by ensuring that:1. High-quality,...more
Posted On - 2015-04-17




The U.S. Agency for International Development Mission in Zambia (USAID/Zambia) is seeking Applications from the nine organizations that received grants under the first round of the Various...more
Posted On - 2015-02-13


The Maternal Newborn and Child Health activity (MNCH) will be the primary SMGL implementer for USAID- funded activities in the districts of Mansa, Chembe, Samfya, Lunga, and Kabwe. Activities in...more
Posted On - 2015-01-14


The District Coverage of Health Services(DISCOVER) Activity (referred to as the “Activity”) will support an innovative approach to scaling up VMMC services, as well as providing critical HIV/AIDS...more
Posted On - 2014-10-04


The purpose of this activity is to provide quality comprehensive, compassionate care and support services for orphans and vulnerable children(OVC) and people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in targeted...more
Posted On - 2014-07-17




USAID/Zambia anticipates awarding one cooperative agreement to the responsible, local prime applicant that can implement the Integrated Family Planning and Reproductive Health activity described in...more
Posted On - 2014-06-02


The United States Government, as represented by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission to Zambia, is seeking Concept Papers from indigenous Zambian organizations...more
Posted On - 2014-05-19






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